About the Leeward Coast Real Estate
Located on the coastal side of the Waianae Mountain Range, the Leeward side of Oahu is one the most undiscovered parts of the island. Also known as the Waianae Coast, this community is only about 25 miles from downtown Honolulu.
Here you’ll find modest homes closely set against the Waianae mountains. Moderately priced with the beautiful ocean and mountain views, this is a close-knit community which keeps many of the “Island” traditions close.
Since these homes are on the Leeward side of the island, it can be warmer than other parts of Oahu. Many residents take advantage of the close beaches for fun and relaxation.
Leeward Coast Properties
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The Leeward side remains one of the most rural parts of Oahu and is full of natural Hawaiian heritage.
As this community is not as built up as Honolulu, much of the natural beauty of Hawaii remains for those residents who chose to call this home.
Parks and Recreation in the Leeward Coast
There are many hidden gems on the Leeward Cost that most tourists never explore.
If you’re visiting, there is the wonderful Ko Olina resort. With the J.W. Marriott Ihilani Resort and Spa, and Aulani (A Disney Resort & Spa) nearby, there is a significant amount of shoreline, beaches, and lots of places for water sports.
If you’re ready for Golf, there is the Ko Olina golf club, as well as Makaha Golf club to provide you a challenge to meet any skill level.
Many people visit Paradise Cove for first, and many, Luau.
Wet n’Wild Hawaii provides a day of entertainment and enjoyment for the entire family.
Local beaches at Makaha Beach and Yokohama Bay provide some of the early big wave surfing beaches.
For those who like scuba diving, Electric beach provides a wonderful reef area that is popular for both day and night diving.
No trip to the Waianae coast would be complete without hiking to Oahu’s most western point at the sacred Kaena Point.
Leeward Coast Neighborhoods
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